Bitcoin has so far enjoyed a good amount of success these past years, and so it is not surprising that investors want to continue to believe that the digital asset will continue its growth spurt. But what could very well be faith in the market might also be a denial of the obvious, which is that bitcoin has finally entered a bear market.
For about two months since bitcoin hits its $64K all-time high, the pioneer digital asset has suffered losses and corrections that have seen the price dip even further down than anticipated. About a month after setting a new price record, the digital asset saw several dips that led to the loss of over 50% of its all-time high value.
Massive sell-offs have seen the price plummet and with institutions showing more interest in the digital asset, the price has responded negatively. There